Case Study: Rancho Santa Fe Optometry

Our Binovi community is growing! With more and more Optometrists and Vision Therapy Teams using our Binovi Platform, we like to keep in touch with practices to ensure everything is running smoothly.

We appreciate all feedback and love hearing about our achievements and where we can improve; after all, your success is our success!

We appreciate all feedback and love hearing about our achievements and where we can improve; after all, your success is our success!

Emily Christensen is the Lead Vision Therapist at Rancho Santa Fe Optometry, in Rancho Santa Fe, California. She and the team have been using Binovi for almost a year now and have decided to share some feedback with us. And we would like to share this with you.

Read what Emily and her team had to say about us

From the Desk of Adam Cegielski, ceo

Eyecarrot is excited to attend the 48th Annual College of Optometrists in Vision Development (covd) Meeting in Belleview on April 10th-14th and the 8th International Congress of Behavioral Optometry (icbo) in Sydney Australia, April 26th-29th.

We are going into these conferences ready and eager to showcase the release of our new Binovi Touch Saccadic Fixator! The newly engineered Binovi Touch will present therapists with an unprecedented experience, greatly enhancing patient therapy & performance. Coupled with the multidimensional design, Binovi Touch will bring your practice to the forefront of vision therapy technology.

Vision Therapy for Concussions

Eyecarrot Innovations is working hard to create awareness for the available tools used within Vision Therapy to treat sports concussion symptoms. It is no secret that concussions are the dark side to contact sports, however, through proper diagnosis, therapy, and training, recovery is greatly improved.

Vision Therapy for Concussions

Be it at the highschool level or in the professional leagues, players are continually at risk of experiencing head injuries that might also affect the brain in the form of a concussion.

In recent years, these types of injuries have been in the spotlight as people try to understand the lasting effects that playing in the NHL or the NFL, or fighting in the boxing arena might have on an athlete’s’ cognitive and mental state once they have retired. While this focus has led to some shifts in regulations aimed at protecting players, it has also enticed the medical establishment to dig deeper regarding the symptoms associated with concussions and how they can best be addressed.

Eyecarrot at isva

We were pleased to participate in The International Sports Vision Association’s 2nd annual show February 8th-10th, at the Zermatt Resort in Park City, Utah. Being a Platinum Sponsor of the event, we take great pride in being able to contribute to such a great association.

Eyecarrot at isva

We are pleased to have participated at The International Sports Vision Association’s 2nd annual show February 8th-10th, at the Zermatt Resort in Park City, Utah. Being a Platinum Sponsor of the event, we take great pride in being able to contribute to such a great association.

isva is an organization open to Optometrists, Athletic Trainers, Therapists, Physicians, and Sports Teams. The focus of the group is to aid in preventing sports vision injuries, promoting vision therapy, prevention and treatment of concussive injuries for athletes, and encourage the use of eye wear for athletes.

Through our journey, Eyecarrot has formed many strong relationships with athletes, industry experts and advocates. One of those is Bryce Salvador, former Captain of the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League (nhl), who we invited to speak at the event. Bryce’s story is a true inspiration: he embodies what it means to persevere through challenges and come out on top, not only for himself, but for the team, and his family.